Public lecture in Lancaster, funded by the Royal Institute of Philosophy. Dr Derek Edyvane (University of Leeds) talks on 'Civic Vitality & Civic Health'. Introduced by Dr Sam Clark (Lancaster University). Topic: civic health
Public lecture in Lancaster, funded by the Royal Institute of Philosophy. Prof John O'Neill (Manchester University) talks on 'Living Well Within Limits'. Introduced by Dr Sam Clark (Lancaster University). Topic: civic health
Public lecture in Lancaster, funded by the Royal Institute of Philosophy. Dr Kerri Woods (University of York) talks on 'Solidarity, Vulnerability, & Civic Health'. Introduced by Dr Sam Clark (Lancaster University). Topic: civic health
module guide for PPR309 Practical Philosophy: Capitalism as an ethical problem, a 3rd-year undergraduate module at Lancaster University. Topics: capitalism, ethics, political philosophy, political theory
1937 Goldsboro, North Carolina High School Graduation and Commencement programs. Includes the names of all the graduates. Includes a photo of a single graudate: Mattie Christine Epps Names mentioned in the program include: Mary Baddour, Marshall McDowell,Irene Mitcham,William Dees,Ray Armstrong,Annie Laurie Howell,Burt Johnson,Everett Proud,Virginia Glen,Katherine Jones, Rosanna Barnes, Ann Hollingsworth,Pat Witherington,Olivia Ferguson,Sidney Gorden,George Ham,Margaret Peacock,James Crone,Ruby... Topics: Goldsboro, North Carolina, High School Graduation, Commencement, Goldsboro High...
Extracted from US Army Air Forces film News of the Day, 1937 - 1943British Blast Rommel Army Fleeing Libya!The Women's Page: 1943 Fashions For War WorkersSydney AustraliaWith The Yanks On New Guinea Battle FrontHome-Coming Of A Hero Ship!New York [Merchant Marine]National Archives description "Summary: Coverage of outstanding news events from 1937 to 1943 including scenes of naval action in the Pacific, the British offensive in Libya, the invasion of North Africa, Battle of Stalingrad,... Topics: WWII, World War, 1939-1945, United States. Navy, World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval Operations,...
We had a MPEG-recording computer crash, & I didn't realize that the show had stopped recording at 16 minutes until the show was at ~ 40 minutes!!!!! (because the recorders are off to the side) We lost all of Stew Webb's important report update. Go to StewWebb.com Pat & I picked it up best we could, as we are limited on studio time - and had to get something recorded that was relevant. Here ar 9 QUESTIONS to Ask your Power Company about "Smart" Electric Meters: Questions... Topic: Newsmagazine
Lecture on Hume's ethics: Hume as virtue ethicist; Hume as moral philosopher; the standard of correctness for aesthetics and morals. Topics: hume, ethics, moral philosophy, virtue, the standard of taste
Lecture on ethics. Immanuel Kant's Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. Comparisons between Hume & Kant; the good will; duty; the categorial imperative; examples. Topics: ethics, moral philosophy, Immanuel Kant
Lecture on moral philosophy/ethics: Kant's project and characteristic moves; the vindication of common-sense morality; Kant's vision of human life. Topics: ethics, moral philosophy, Immanuel Kant, freedom
Lecture on ethics/moral philosophy. Mill and Bentham on utilitarianism; theories of the good life; Mill's dispute with Bentham about the good life; Mill as perfectionist. Topics: ethics, moral philosophy, John Stuart Mill
Lecture: if our current regime of individual ownership didn't exist, what reason would there be to invent it? Part of 'Capitalism as an Ethical Problem'. Topics: capitalism, ownership, John Locke, state of nature
Lecture: the consequentialist defence of capitalism and the nature of the human good. Part of 'Capitalism as an Ethical Problem'. Topics: capitalism, consequentialism, well-being, welfare, the good life, happiness, utility, pleasure,...
Lecture: virtue ethics and the possibility of a virtue-based defence of capitalism. Part of 'Capitalism as an Ethical Problem'. Topics: capitalism, virtue ethics, Deirdre McCloskey, Aristotle, Max Weber, Thorstein Veblen, Christopher...
Lecture on Hume's ethics. Justice, via four questions: what is it? why do we need it? why do we approve of it? is it the same in all times and places? Topics: hume, ethics, moral philosophy, justice, virtue
Lecture on ethics/moral philosophy. John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism. Orienting comparisons between Kant & Mill. Utilitarianism in general as impartial welfare consequentialism. Three accounts of the good life: hedonism, desire-satisfaction, perfectionism. Mill vs Bentham on the good life. Mill as perfectionist? Topics: ethics, moral philosophy, John Stuart Mill, the good life
Lecture on ethics/moral philosophy. Mill versus Brave New World: intelligence and free speech as its condition of cultivation; individuality and self-development as its condition of cultivation. The problem of justice and Mill's response. Topics: ethics, moral philosophy, John Stuart Mill, Aldous Huxley, justice
Lecture on ethics/moral philosophy. Mill's Utilitarianism chapters 3 and 4 as two kinds of theory of action: motivation (3) and goal/standard of correctness (4). Why Mill's proof of utilitarianism isn't as silly as sometimes supposed. Topics: ethics, moral philosophy, John Stuart Mill
Course Guide for lecture course on the moral philosophy (aka ethics) of David Hume, Immanuel Kant, and John Stuart Mill. Podcasts of lectures to follow. Topics: Hume, Kant, Mill, ethics, moral philosophy
Lecture: wrongs of, and alternatives to, work in capitalism - exploitations and alienations, workplace democracies and craft communities. Part of 'Capitalism as an Ethical Problem'. Topics: capitalism, work, exploitation, alienation, William Morris, Karl Marx, Richard Sennett, craft